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Welcome to the Science Group ! (Please read before posting) 0 eppur_se_muova Feb 2012 Jan 2012 6 4365
Income Inequality 1 Lionel Mandrake 6 hrs ago 5 hrs ago 3 155
Absolutely Stunning 3-D View of a Cosmic Cloud 10 Kablooie Wednesday 11 hrs ago 50 2147
Toon: Sadly, we all expected this... 5 n2doc 18 hrs ago 12 hrs ago 22 466
Development of face perception earlier in Japanese children than Western children 0 Panich52 16 hrs ago 16 hrs ago 0 101
Partly human yeast show a common ancestor's lasting legacy 1 Panich52 17 hrs ago 16 hrs ago 0 103
Most luminous galaxy in universe discovered 1 Panich52 16 hrs ago 16 hrs ago 0 101
Hiding your true colors may make you feel morally tainted 0 Panich52 16 hrs ago 16 hrs ago 2 112
How a person's nervous system cells react and respond to stimuli, can be determined from his blood. 0 Panich52 16 hrs ago 16 hrs ago 2 100
Memories influence choice of food 1 Panich52 16 hrs ago 16 hrs ago 0 90
One-of-a-kind star discovered, nicknamed 'Nasty' 1 Panich52 16 hrs ago 16 hrs ago 0 133
Fossil of 425-million-year-old parasite with host discovered in England 1 Panich52 16 hrs ago 16 hrs ago 0 125
Newly named dinosaur had a keen nose - EarthSky 0 Panich52 17 hrs ago 17 hrs ago 0 77
Nishinoshima island still growing 0 yuiyoshida 19 hrs ago 19 hrs ago 2 113
So, you think you know how to ride a bike??? 10 Sancho Friday 19 hrs ago 2 297
Astronomers nickname one-of-a-kind Wolf-Rayet star 'Nasty 1' 0 n2doc Friday Friday 1 171
Black Hole found, 12 Billion x Solar Mass. Thats a "B". Black hole at center of MW is ~4 Million SM. 21 Bill USA Thursday Friday 11 416
Craziest new species of 2015 (incld dinos) 0 Panich52 Friday Friday 3 167
We use this in Tampa Bay, and I thought the science group would be interested... 0 Sancho Friday Friday 1 140
NASA's WISE Spacecraft Discovers Most Luminous Galaxy in Universe 0 Sancho Friday Friday 11 164
Alaska fossil of the bizarre 'buzz saw' shark, lost f/29 yrs, goes on display at Alaska SeaLife Ctr 1 Panich52 Friday Friday 2 172
The octopus can see with its skin 3 n2doc Thursday Friday 2 193
Ancient Wolf DNA Could Solve Dog Origin Mystery 0 femmocrat Thursday Thursday 9 253
13 teraelectronvolts: World’s largest particle collider smashes energy level record 1 eppur_se_muova Thursday Thursday 2 181
With one false tweet, computer-based hack crash led to real panic 2 Panich52 Thursday Thursday 3 231
How video gamers will be able to play in the cloud without guzzling gigabytes 2 Panich52 Thursday Thursday 1 163
Clever fish around the coast of Mallorca Island avoid fishing lines 0 Panich52 Thursday Thursday 1 212
Toward 'green' paper-thin, flexible electronics 0 Panich52 Thursday Thursday 2 163
Seeing without eyes: Octopus's skin possesses the same cellular mechanism for detecting light as eye 0 Panich52 Thursday Thursday 1 105
Wrong Turn Leads to Discovery of Oldest Stone Tools - NatGeo 3 WillyT Wednesday Wednesday 25 662
What the first snake looked like 2 Panich52 Wednesday Wednesday 3 304
Rare red ‘lightning’ sprites captured in New Mexico and Europe (Photos) 0 Judi Lynn Wednesday Wednesday 5 258
Time to go back to work at the ol' skin-farm. 1 DetlefK Wednesday Wednesday 1 184
A balancing rock on Rosetta’s comet? 0 Panich52 Wednesday Wednesday 6 240
Baby gorilla makes debut at zoo in Australia 1 shenmue Tuesday Tuesday 2 173
Million strong bat colony gets close up by kayak 2 Panich52 Tuesday Tuesday 1 320
The truth about giant tortoises (BBC) 1 eppur_se_muova Tuesday Tuesday 0 185
Planetary Society to test LightSail May 20 0 Panich52 Tuesday Tuesday 4 157
Origin of Antarctica’s eerie Blood Falls 0 Panich52 Tuesday Tuesday 11 263
The mystery of India’s rapid drift | EarthSky 0 Panich52 Tuesday Tuesday 4 247
Left-handed cosmic magnetic field could explain missing antimatter 2 jakeXT May 16 Tuesday 6 361
Stem cells may help repair heart, say scientists 4 Judi Lynn Monday Tuesday 7 160
New species of marine roly poly pillbug discovered near Port of Los Angeles 1 Judi Lynn Monday Monday 2 173
Scientists discover tiny microbes with potential to cleanse waterways 0 Judi Lynn Monday Monday 4 186
Why female lemurs are big bullies 0 Judi Lynn Monday Monday 1 152
Driest Place on Earth Hosts Life 1 Judi Lynn Monday Monday 2 225
Oil CEO Wanted University Quake Scientists Dismissed: Dean's E-Mail 6 jakeXT Monday Monday 20 687
Men: Wearing red can make you appear angry, dominant 3 Panich52 Sunday Monday 3 260
Breaking the communication barrier between dolphins and humans 3 undeterred Sunday Sunday 18 348
Maybe dark matter is not made up of heavy particles after all 1 Panich52 Sunday Sunday 0 266
Do flies have fear (or something like it)? 2 Panich52 Sunday Sunday 0 185
Left-handed cosmic magnetic field could explain missing antimatter 2 Panich52 Sunday Sunday 0 173
Samples from Comet Wild 2: A window into the birth of the solar system? 1 Panich52 Sunday Sunday 1 140
Airplane noises affect one's tastebuds 1 Panich52 Sunday Sunday 0 166
Spare computing power: Secure, anonymous, easy way to pay for online content 0 Panich52 Sunday Sunday 3 212
80 percent of Burmese long-tailed macaques use stone-tools to hammer food 1 Panich52 Sunday Sunday 1 144
First fully warm-blooded fish: The opah or moonfish 0 Panich52 Sunday Sunday 1 163
Wearable wireless devices: Low cost radio frequency antenna printed with graphene ink 0 Panich52 Sunday Sunday 1 158
Scientists have discovered a new state of matter, called 'Jahn-Teller metals' 2 Bosonic May 15 May 16 10 472
Meet the cat-sized rodent named after James Bond 3 Judi Lynn May 15 May 16 7 361
Gigantic School of Rays 2 Judi Lynn May 16 May 16 2 301
Bad memories drive lab rats to rescue drenched companions faster 5 Judi Lynn May 15 May 15 7 241
NASA undertakes design review of most powerful rocket to date 1 TexasTowelie May 15 May 15 2 279
Zoologger: The clumsy tree-dweller transforms into a gliding ace 1 Judi Lynn May 15 May 15 3 190
A Scientist Accidentally Developed Sunglasses That Could Correct Color Blindness 7 Judi Lynn May 13 May 15 7 442
Large Hadron Collider finds long-sought signs of rare particle decays 2 n2doc May 15 May 15 12 265
New Horizons’ first photos of Pluto’s smallest moons 6 Panich52 May 15 May 15 9 286
Watch Earth's invisible waves: Hypnotic video reveals gravity rippling through the atmosphere 4 Judi Lynn May 13 May 15 19 1827
Our solar system: not like the others? 6 shenmue May 15 May 15 3 319
Space data protect whales from ships 1 Panich52 May 15 May 15 1 133
First Warm-Blooded Fish Found 1 jakeXT May 14 May 14 4 238
The Science Behind the Dress 0 jakeXT May 14 May 14 1 262
40,000-year-old bracelet made by extinct human species found 45 Judi Lynn May 11 May 14 50 2956
nasa Gif.......... The five moons of Pluto 4 Ichingcarpenter May 13 May 14 15 392
Ceres' Gif of the 4 kilometer high ' shiny thing' 7 Ichingcarpenter May 13 May 14 9 550
Closest look yet at Ceres' bright spots 4 Panich52 May 12 May 13 7 315
Human-level control through deep reinforcement learning - machine learning 0 Bill USA May 13 May 13 1 206
Watching This Simulated Star Die Is Mesmerizing…and Good Science Too 1 Judi Lynn May 13 May 13 2 205
New telescope shoots powerful laser at Saturn - DiscoverNews 5 Panich52 May 12 May 13 0 255
World's first solar road exceeds expectations. 10 DetlefK May 12 May 13 54 2280
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